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The men’s Adidas Superstar BT has a lace-up structure that keeps the fit tight and secure. Its upper is made up of premium leather, offering a lush and durable feel. Additionally, it has a low-cut profile that lets the ankle move freely.

Available in the cloud white/cloud white/collegiate royal colorway, the Adidas Originals Superstar BT offers the classic aesthetic of the timeless Superstar model. It’s just as versatile as the original, making it suitable for different casual outfits.

For everyday styling, the Adidas Superstar BT’s all-white look can be paired with jeans or shorts along with sweatshirts or t-shirts. The sneaker’s simple yet sophisticated and luxurious construction would also go well with preppy clothes or dressed-up ensembles. It can go well with slacks and chinos, paired with a polo shirt or button-down.

Classic details enhanced by premium materials elevate the Adidas Originals Superstar BT shoes to sophistication. They have the iconic detailing of the original Superstar, such as the shell toe, flat lace-up closure, and basketball-inspired silhouette. Another classic detail is the serrated Three Stripes stitched on the sides, which are complemented by perforations in between.

The upgraded details include the premium Italian leather material used on the upper, which offers a luxe and soft feel.  Giving a vibrant accent to the otherwise minimalistic sneaker is the tongue, which is done in a deep blue color. It also bears the golden Adidas Superstar branding.

The Adidas Superstar is one of the most iconic silhouettes in the history of Adidas and sneaker design. It has continued to influence the footwear industry since it was first released in 1969. It was initially built as a low-cut version of the basketball shoe Pro Model. At the time, it was the first basketball model to feature an upper entirely made up of leather.

From the start, the Superstar garnered attention due to its unique shell-toe design. Soon, it was worn by top NBA players such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. In just a few years after the shoe was introduced, most NBA players had switched to wearing it, owing to its revolutionary technology. But the legendary model didn’t stop there, as it soon transitioned into casual wear.

In 1983, the rap group Run-D.M.C. sported the shoes, expressing their rebellious nature by wearing it without laces with the tongue pushed out. The group went on to sign with Adidas, making it the first endorsement done by a rap group for a shoe. Because of this, the sneaker was introduced into mainstream consciousness, and its popularity has not waned even today.

Such editions as the Adidas Superstar BT from the Adidas Originals collection keeps the legacy alive. It’s a premium version of the original, featuring the legendary silhouette done in Italian leather. This shoe is part of the Blue Thread series, which delivers high-quality craftsmanship. It offers the authentic street-ready Superstar style, with some luxurious details thrown in for a sophisticated casual flair.

  • The sneaker’s OrthoLite sockliner lets the wearer enjoy comfortable and high-performing cushioning.
  • Additional durability and comfort are ensured by the rubber cupsole.


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